by | Aug 3, 2018

The public square has been alight in recent days as controversy has brewed over The New York Times’ hiring of Harvard Law-educated Sarah Jeong and her history of questionable Tweets. Based on Twitter’s publicly available information, since joining the platform…

by | Jan 17, 2018

As we are about to begin Year Two of the Trump era in Washington, there are a lot of things to like from year one. Tax reform. Gutting regulations. A return of presidential respect and support for law enforcement. The…

by | Sep 21, 2017

Delving into the apparent social anxiety of being rich and the personal angst connected to being at the upper levels of income and wealth in the pyramid of inequality in the United States, “Rich People’s Secrets” was the cover story…

by | Jun 25, 2017

Front page of the New York Times, top of the app screen “Wednesday Briefing” under the rubric of “Here’s what you need to know to start your day”: New York Today: Advice for Fasting Ramadan advice. Of course. Do you suppose…

by | May 19, 2017

The American Spectator can now report a follow-up on the World Exclusive we published on May 17, with a correction. Our May 17 story reported that James B. Comey was caught on surveillance cameras in the White House blowing his…

by | May 8, 2017

“Science as a Delphic oracle exists only in the popular imagination and the silent assumptions of certain scientists. At any given time there are only searchers who agree or disagree.” – Jacques Barzun Scientism is the quasi-religious devotion to the…

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